Ringhotel Alpenhof - das Patchworkhotel

  • Ringhotel Alpenhof - das Patchworkhotel, Augsburg
    Water life in Augsburg!

    Augsburg has also been a World Heritage site since 2019. UNESCO insisted on making our water management a World Heritage Site. And we Augsburger are very proud of it! With its countless canals and streams, the monumental wells that are scattered all over the city and the hydroelectric power plants, our Fugger town has impressive monuments of water management and water art. What exactly makes Augsburg's water industry world-renowned is manifold - for example, the high-level drain or the waterworks on the Rote Tor with its water towers, which has existed since 1416.

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    Ringhotel Alpenhof - das Patchworkhotel, Augsburg
    In the footsteps of the patricians

    Experience Augsburg in its heyday - the time of the Fugger and Welser! They were originaly from Augsburg, fabulously rich and incredibly successful. The Fuggers were one of the most important banking houses in Europe and, so to speak, the "Krupps of the early modern period". Likewise the Welser, similarly large financiers, with a unique trading network. These chapters of German economic history are so intriguing that historians speak of the "age of the Fuggers and the Welser".

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  • Ringhotel Alpenhof - das Patchworkhotel, Augsburg
    Water life in Augsburg!

    Augsburg has also been a World Heritage site since 2019. UNESCO insisted on making our water management a World Heritage Site. And we Augsburger are very proud of it! With its countless canals and streams, the monumental wells that are scattered all over the city and the hydroelectric power plants, our Fugger town has impressive monuments of water management and water art. What exactly makes Augsburg's water industry world-renowned is manifold - for example, the high-level drain or the waterworks on the Rote Tor with its water towers, which has existed since 1416.

    book now

  • Ringhotel Alpenhof - das Patchworkhotel, Augsburg
    In the footsteps of the patricians

    Experience Augsburg in its heyday - the time of the Fugger and Welser! They were originaly from Augsburg, fabulously rich and incredibly successful. The Fuggers were one of the most important banking houses in Europe and, so to speak, the "Krupps of the early modern period". Likewise the Welser, similarly large financiers, with a unique trading network. These chapters of German economic history are so intriguing that historians speak of the "age of the Fuggers and the Welser".

    book now